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Offensive linemen draft tracker

OFFENSIVE LINE

Rounds: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10

Round 1

OrderTeamPlayerPositionCollege
1WildcatsStorm NortonOTToledo
2DragonsIsaiah BattleOTClemson
3BattleHawksMatt McCantsOTAlabama-Birmingham
Analysis: A two-time All-Conference USA offensive tackle, Matt McCants was taken in the sixth round of the 2012 draft, leading to an NFL career that would land him with the New York Giants, Oakland Raiders, Cleveland Browns and Chicago Bears over seven years. He also signed with the AAF, where he saw playing time as a reserve in one of the leagues deepest offensive line units. McCants' movement skills and efficient footwork are the strongest positives to his game.
4VipersJordan McCrayOCCentral Florida
5RenegadesWillie BeaversOTWestern Michigan
6GuardiansJarron JonesOTNotre Dame
7RoughnecksCornelius EdisonOTPortland State
8DefendersKyle MurphyOTStanford

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Round 2

OrderTeamPlayer NamePositionCollege/NFL
1DefendersLogan Tuley-TillmanOTMichigan
2RoughnecksTerry PooleOTSan Diego State
Analysis: A former JuCo transfer, Terry Poole started 25 games at San Diego State before being drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in the fourth round of the 2015 NFL draft. Spending three years in the league, Poole eventually found himself back in San Diego with the AAF, where he started eight games at tackle. Poole's measurables and rhythm in pass protection are strengths, as are his lateral quickness and hand placement.
3GuardiansCyrus KouandjioOTAlabama
4RenegadesPace MurphyOTNorthwestern State
5VipersMartez IveyOTFlorida
6BattleHawksBrian FolkertsOGWashburn
7DragonsVenzell BoulwareOGTennessee
8WildcatsFred LauinaOGOregon State
Analysis: After moving from American Samoa to play college football at Oregon State, Fred Lauina played in 43 games for the program over various roles. After a year with the Cleveland Browns, he started for San Antonio in the AAF. A quality guard with tackle experience to get a team out of a pinch, Lauina is noted for his versatility and his study habits.

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Round 3

OrderTeamPlayerPositionCollege
1WildcatsRyan PopeOTSan Diego State
2DragonsDillon DayOCMississippi State
Analysis: A four-year starter at Mississippi State, the former SEC center has also played guard at the professional level. After going undrafted in 2015, Day spent four years in the NFL with four NFL teams, including multiple stints on active rosters. Overall, Day is a smart, try-hard competitor who possesses the desired toughness to set the tone for an interior.
3BattleHawksDallas ThomasOGTennessee
4VipersIsaiah WilliamsOGAkron
Analysis: Isaiah Williams originally enrolled at Akron as a defensive end, but made the full-time transition to the offensive line early on in his college career. In total, Williams has played with six NFL teams over four years as well as with Atlanta in the AAF. Quick to diagnose stunts and twists, the finisher also stalls bull rushes with ease.
5RenegadesMaurquice ShakirOGMiddle Tennessee State
6GuardiansParker CollinsOCAppalachian State
7RoughnecksAvery GennesyOTTexas A&M
8DefendersDe'Ondre WesleyOTBYU
Analysis: After stints in junior college and BYU, De'Ondre Wesley once again beat expectations as he spent four years in the NFL as an undrafted free agent. At every level of his evaluation process, Wesley has been at least somewhat overlooked and has beaten expectations. His size, strength and effectiveness in the run game continue to be his calling card that finds him work.

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Round 4

OrderTeamPlayer NamePositionCollege/NFL
1DefendersJon TothOCKentucky
2RoughnecksDemetrius RhaneyOCTennessee State
Analysis: Best suited in a zone-blocking scheme, Demetrius Rhaney played two years at Tennessee State and was drafted by the Los Angeles Rams in the seventh round of 2014. After five years in the NFL with three teams, Rhaney developed into a full-time starting center in the AAF. The high-effort player generates a lot of lower body power and moves well vertically with strong, choppy steps.
3GuardiansAnthony CoyleOGFordham
4RenegadesDarius JamesOTAuburn
5VipersAndrew TillerOGSyracuse
6BattleHawksKent PerkinsOTTexas
7DragonsCyril RichardsonOGBaylor
Analysis: A former All-American, Cyril Richardson was drafted in the fifth round by the Buffalo Bills in 2014 after his Baylor career. In the NFL, he spent four years with the Bills and Chicago Bears, seeing playing time in 12 games and starting four, before starting in the AAF. A Day 1 starter as a guard, Richardson's mean streak, drive strength and functional lateral agility make him a force in the ground game and in protections.
8WildcatsJaelin RobinsonOTTemple

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Round 5

OrderTeamPlayerPositionCollege
1WildcatsDamien MamaOGUSC
Analysis: A former high school All-American and super recruit, Damien Mama started in all 31 games that he saw playing time in at USC before declaring for the NFL draft a year early in 2017. As an undrafted free agent, Mama had stints with the Kansas City Chiefs, New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys before starting at guard and center in the AAF. The mammoth guard has a strong, heavy base to create downhill movement off the line and is a great fit for a man blocking scheme.
2DragonsQuinterrius EatmonOTSouth Florida
3BattleHawksJake CamposOGIowa State
4VipersTre JacksonOGFlorida State
Analysis: A former All-American and two-time All-ACC guard at Florida State, Tre Jackson was drafted in the fourth round by the New England Patriots in 2015, where he started 13 games and started nine for the team as a rookie. Injured early on in his career, Jackson never saw NFL playing time following his rookie season and reappeared healthy as a game-changing offensive lineman in the AAF. A great finisher, Jackson is a big body in the middle who does his best work in a phone booth.
5RenegadesAlex BalducciOCOregon
6GuardiansZac KerinOGToledo
7RoughnecksMarquez TuckerOGSouthern Utah
8DefendersRishard CookOGAlabama-Birmingham

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Round 6

OrderTeamPlayer NamePositionCollege/NFL
1DefendersChris BrownOGUSC
2RoughnecksGerhard de BeerOTArizona
3GuardiansBrian FineanganofoOTIdaho State
4RenegadesJosh AllenOGLousiana Monroe
Analysis: Raised in a football family, Josh Allen was a Team USA U-19 national team player who turned down Power 5 offers to stay closer to home at Louisiana-Monroe. A two-time All-Sun Belt lineman who split time at guard and center, Allen registered 41 starts with the program before playing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Green Bay Packers, San Francisco 49ers and Arizona Cardinals in the NFL, as well as stints in the CFL and AAF. His power and tenacity in the run game creates movement, his biggest strength as an interior player who can swing through multiple positions.
5VipersChristian MorrisOTOle Miss
6BattleHawksTyler GauthierOCMiami
7DragonsMichael DunnOTMaryland
8WildcatsNico SiragusaOGSan Diego State

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Round 7

OrderTeamPlayerPositionCollege
1WildcatsRyan CummingsOGWyoming
2DragonsKirk BarronOCPurdue
3BattleHawksBlake MuirOGBaylor
4VipersTony AdamsOGNC State
5RenegadesAdam BisnowatyOTPittsburgh
6GuardiansJohn KlingOTBuffalo
7RoughnecksPatrick LewisOCTexas A&M
8DefendersToby WeathersbyOTLSU

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Round 8

OrderTeamPlayer NamePositionCollege/NFL
1DefendersJames O'HaganOCBuffalo
2RoughnecksRyan AndersonOCWake Forest
3GuardiansIan SilbermanOGBoston College
Analysis: Originally a Florida Gator, Ian Silberman graduate transferred to Boston College for his final year of college football and started a total of 20 games at the FBS level. A highly-durable player, Silberman was seen as a safety net in the NFL, spending time on six NFL rosters over five years. The 2015 sixth-round pick can suit up as a guard or a right tackle in a balanced offense that takes advantage of his ability on misdirections and play-action passes.
4RenegadesSalesi UhatafeOGUtah
Analysis: A former Utah guard, Salesi Uhatafe played in ever offensive snap for Salt Lake in the AAF last season. Formerly in the camps of Atlanta, Detroit, Jacksonville and Washington in the NFL, he has plenty of pro experience for a 2018 draft class lineman. A consistent, sturdy interior presence, Uhatafe is an impact player in the run and pass game.
5VipersDaronte BouldinOGOle Miss
6BattleHawksJames MurrayOCHoly Cross
7DragonsJordan RoseOTIdaho
8WildcatsLene MaiavaOTArizona

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Round 9

OrderTeamPlayerPositionCollege
1WildcatsTyler RoemerOTSan Diego State
2DragonsRobert MyersOGTennessee State
3BattleHawksJuwann Bushell-BeattyOGMichigan
4VipersMarquis LucasOGWest Virginia
5RenegadesJohn KeenoyOGWestern Michigan
6GuardiansNate TheakerOTWayne State
7RoughnecksMarcus ApplefieldOTVirginia
8DefendersChase FarrisOGOhio State

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Round 10

OrderTeamPlayer NamePositionCollege/NFL
1DefendersCasey TuckerOTArizona State
2RoughnecksTayo FabulujeOTTCU
3GuardiansArie KouandjioOGAlabama
4RenegadesJustin EvansOTSouth Carolina State
5VipersWilliam CampbellOGMichigan
6BattleHawksDejon AllenOGHawaii
7DragonsCraig McCorkleOTCalifornia (PA)
8WildcatsAnthony MorrisOTTennessee State

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